Wow, I haven't been back since my last post, but I'm happy I did... Look, my head's getting bigger.... LOLSDGuy said:Thanks Jaak and Scott. I think what this points up is what a demand there is for integrating cell phone functionality in cars. As a family doc, it is essential to me. High end Lexuses (Lexi?) have integrated bluetooth and it probably costs all of $50 for manufacturers to include this feature. Heck, I think I paid $2000 extra for a factory installed Motorola StarTac in my 2000 CLK430 - which was the biggest ripoff I happily paid at the time. Come to think of it, everything was a ripoff with Mercedes :?
The FX is a marvel, but I guess I'm just not overly impressed that the "Tech" package in an FX doesn't have bluetooth or auto locking doors on drive-off.
Hey Jaak, if you want a chuckle, go back to page 2 of this thread where my NAV screen is showing and look at my outdoor temperature gauge 8)
I should also tell everyone that Jaak is the engineer who first brought us the connector diagrams for his Murano and which are posted in a link above. He disassembled his entire Murano radio and was the first to install the Satellite module. We have all benefitted from his smarts.....
You want to see more info, check out my web site on the Murano, 'cause most of it's the same. Also, there's some really interesting things happening in the Audio forum at nissanmurano.orgshajan said:WoW!
This is the most information I have found about the Bose radio. I plan to replace the front speakers along with the amp and have been looking for info and this thread is great.
Has anyone found where the amp is located?
Not sure what you are saying... the point of the mod referred to here is to deal with the fact that there is no easy way to mute the head unit and, in addition, also provide a way to use the existing speakers. All of the buttons on the Nav/HVAC/Audio panel in the dash communicate over essentially 2 wires to the display control unit (DCU) and the DCU communicates over 2 wires to the audio unit.GAMacky said:I too would like to tap into a mute pin with my cell phone car kit. I would imagine that the head unit must have one available. I think that's how the Nav voice mutes the radio a couple of seconds before speaking. If nothing else, is it posible to tap into the Mute/Pause button?